You Can Now Get Contoured Sleep Masks That Won't Damage Your Lashes
Well SMUG, a UK-based sleep brand, has found the solution to the problem: contoured sleep masks.
Yes the innovative range features a unique dome design which "leaves space around the eye area removing any disturbance or friction caused by the rapid eye movement sleep phase."
This area of space between the mask and your eye also promises to make them eye-lash friendly, preventing damage to your real or fake lashes. Yaaas!
Aside from protecting your precious lashes, the masks are designed to be entirely black out, so they'll block out any unwanted light in order for you to get the best night's sleep possible.
"The hours we spend sleeping are the biggest single influence on our mood, motivation and decision-making skills," say SMUG. "A decent sleep pattern enhances everything we do through our everyday lives.
"In a world where stress and technology have taken a front seat, never has it been more important to get the right amount of sleep and rest."
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The Contoured 3D Blackout Sleep Masks cost £12 online and come in a range of colours and prints, from palm to leopard print and hot pinks to simple blacks.
Many of us will be at critical stages with out eye lashes right about now, with weeks since we last got them tended to.
While most are making do with out natural lashes, one dad has won isolation (and parenting in general) by opening up an indoor lash salon for his wife and daughter.
Hearing how his wife Jennifer, 50, and daughter Scarlett, 20, were gutted about not being able to get their lashes done while on lockdown, dad Phil Todhunter, 49, immediately ordered a Russian lash kit online and set about training himself to become a makeshift lash technician.
After spending hours watching tutorials online, Phil, a contractor, built his own 'isolation salon' for his wife and daughter in their home in Cumbria, complete with Ibiza pool music for the ambience.
Naturally the ladies loved it.
Featured Image Credit: SMUG